Associate Prof Ir Dr Lim Jeng Shiun
Associate Professor Ir Dr Lim Jeng Shiun is the Director of Products and Service, Optimal Systems Engineering Sdn Bhd, a UTM spin-off company specialising in providing solutions related to energy conservation and GHG emissions reduction. He is also the Deputy Director of Process Systems Engineering Centre (PROSPECT), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. His core expertise is in the area of innovative development and application of process systems engineering techniques for resource conservation, and energy and carbon planning.
He is also a professionally Certified Energy Manager, Certified Energy Auditor, Accredited Energy Measurement & Verification Professional and a Registered Electrical Energy Manager certified by the Energy Commission of Malaysia. He is the trainer of the Energy Management Trainer Course conducted by MGTC to certify the Energy Manager. He is also the instructor for MSc Energy Management in UTM, sharing knowledge related to energy efficiency and energy management.
As an engineer in practice, he has applied the output of his research work to consultancy projects for the industrial community. He has been extensively involved in more than 35 industrial-based projects for various companies and government agencies. The key clients include local industries and multinational companies such as BERNAS, FABER MEDISERVE, SHELL, OLEON in Malaysia and PERTAMINA in Indonesia. He has assisted those companies to identify energy-saving opportunities worth millions of dollars and GHG reduction opportunities through the use of process integration and process systems engineering approaches in the energy audit and GHG emissions accounting projects. He has shared his project experience in his co-authored book titled Pinch Analysis for Energy and Carbon Footprint Reduction, published by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). He has been invited to share his experience on Net Zero carbon for industry and facilities, including on Net Zero Carbon for Palm Oil Industry organised by IChemE.